The Bornean orangutan is now critically endangered according to the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN)
Rosalinda and Ganang have been released into the Tabin Reserve and are being closely monitored as part of our PRMP
Thanks to the help and generosity of our supporters and The Turney Charitable (Animal Welfare) Trust we have been able to buy a brand new rescue vehicle
A heartwarming story about the friendship between a cheeky orangutan and a flamboyant bird
Our Patron Paul O’Grady’s new series of Animal Orphans filmed at Sepilok
Sabah Wildlife Department has been overwhelmed with an alarming increase in the number of orphaned elephants
Anya Dimelow is the Founder & Editor of new children’s nature and wildlife magazine Eco Kids Planet and she recently interviewed Sue about her experiences and the plight of the orangutan
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Mr William Baya, Director or Sabah Wildlife Department, announces they are nearing the completion of the successful jointly-managed programme
We are delighted to have been welcomed as a GRASP partner
GRASP (Great Ape Survival Partnership) is comprised of nearly 100 national governments, conservation organizations, research institutions, United Nations (UN) agencies, and private companies, all committed to ensuring the long-term survival of chimpanzees, gorillas, bonobos, and orangutans and their habitats in Africa and Asia.